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, willie t ribs american racing pioneer. >> tell marty where you are from. >> new albany, indiana. kentucky, indiana people. >> i haven't heard that word in a while -- kentucky-ana. bap >> it's ravens rally, wear your black and purple. see you after the baltimore grand prix. have a great weekend. we are taking a break and coming right back. >>> good morning, i'm andrea fujii. there are street closures to control you about just ahead. >>> we will go down the list and other problems on the roads. that's in a few. >>> watching a couple of showers clearing the area. watching the sunrise. skies clear before not too long, we'll be right back. ,,,,, >>> september 2nd, wjz has weather and traffic together. first warning doppler, light shower activity rolling through the area. such the case, until 8:30, 9:00. skies will clear out. partly sunny. 6 degrees warmer and humid than this time yesterday. 79 lunch. high temperature around 83-85. 78 degrees, beautiful this friday evening. labor day weekend, folks, party is on. let's go. over the sharon at traffic control. >>> don't expect to go to fast in th
differentiators. so i met students, for example at purdue university in indiana who recently graduated with a masters degree in public health. in this job market, of course, many of their peers have struggled to find work. there were 2 million college graduates out of work right now in the united states. i met students who were snatched up immediately. one of them, for example, was hired straightaway by the state of indiana to help coordinate the state's response to large scale public emergencies because of her specialty in homeland security. >> it's interesting, too, specifically that woman you interviewed from purdue she worked with retired military officers as well. so she's getting a broad-based education on that front. there's a homeland security official who also says students now view college as part of a mission that is bigger than themselves. did that feeling come across in students you spoke with? >> very much so, yeah. you meet students now who are arguably turning away from the humanities, the classics, some people would say to a degree that is not necessarily healthy for a
death fresh in mind, along with seven others killed last month when storms toppled this indiana stage, clearing the stands in the interest of safety may now be considered a good call. barbara pinto, abc news, chicago. >> lesson learned out there. better safe than sorry. >> absolutely. >>> let's take a look at the weather from around the country on this labor day morning. some stormy weather from lee stretches as far north as washington, d.c. showers and thunderstorms will give way to heavy rain in the northeast from philadelphia to here in new york. boston, thunderstorms meanwhil., >> 88 in sacramento. a mild 66 in detroit. and 70 in indianapolis. heat finally breaks in texas with dallas only getting up to 82. welcome relief. 80s from boston baltimore. 81 in new orleans. 90 in miami. >>> in eastexas a mother and her 18 month-old daughter have died after an out of control wildfire engulfed their trailer home. officials say the pair had no chance to escape. >>> meanwhile a wildfire in the aust austin suburb destroyed two homes, the situation there has gotten so dangerous that the fire d
and indiana. the virus includes a gene from the h1n1 strain that caused the 2009 globe pandemic. so far the centers for disease control and prevention says there's no sign the virus has spread beyond those two kids. >>> with flu season approaching, doctors say most children need to get another flu shot even if they got one last year. the american academy of pediatrics reports that immunity dropped 50% six to twelve months after vaccination. everyone 6 months and older should receive a flu shot. >>> check back in with us today at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. a maryland's man fight for freedom. the latest on a judge's decision to hold the man suspected in the disappearance of a frederick county woman. not again, tropical storm lee slams the gulf coast and hurricane katia is gaining speed out in the atlantic. could they affect maryland? the weather team is tracking both storms for you. join us for these stories and all the day's breaking news today at 6:00. >>> stay with us. the forecast is next. ,,,,,,,,,, gentleman welcome back. it's going it start pretty heavy later on. tomorrow a washout, 73.
. >>> deadly stage collapse. what the state of indiana is agreeing to do for the victims of the state fair tragedy. >>> and the lingering effects of irene. our first warning weather coverage continues on eyewitness news at 4:00, with vic right after this. ,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 4:30, 78 degrees, and partly cloudy. hello, everyone. i'm vic carter. here's what people are talking about. five days later, tens of thousands of marylanders still are wondering when the lights will come back on. baltimore county schools announced which schools will be closed tomorrow. downed trees from hurricane irene posed the biggest obstacle to getting the power back on. thousands of repair workers reported to the staging area in middle river once again early this morning. bge says that crews are moving as fast as possible, but given the scope of the damage, they're skill asking for patience. floodwaters for irene are beginning to recede from the northeast. those evacuated are returning home to see just how much damage the storm left behind. the first warning weather coverage continues with randall pinkston, repor
of wild weather. incredible pictures to show you. indiana, a massive bolt of lightning appeared to hit notre dame stadium. that storm unleashed brutal rains during the home opener. the stadium was evacuated twice, once during halftime and once during the fourth quarter. no one was hurt. >>> tropical storm lee has come ashore. rain has triggered flooding in low-lying areas in new orleans and prompted evacuations in jefferson parrish. thousands have also lost power. more from the weather channel's alex wallace, alex, just gotten word of an apparent tornado touchdown in florida this morning? what's going on? >> that's right. you know what, alex. it has to do with lee. when you get tropical cyclones, you can get in closer to the coast, you can get brief tornadoes storming up. lee pushes closer to the coast. we'll be waiting for confirmation on that. latest on lee right now. 50 miles west of morgan city, louisiana. sustained winds at 40 miles per hour, moving at a snail's pace at 3 miles per hour. the view on the radar showing you where we have all of the rain. the bands still coming on in
virginia plays at indiana. dobbs graduated so chris proctor takes over as quarterback. navy needs five yards. proctor wants more. keeps it himself. great blocks here. check it out. cuts it back. depose 75 yards for the touchdown. proctor ran for 176 yards. four tds, three rushing, one passing. later in the first, same score on the option. proctor pitches to santiago. and the hawaii tphaefb says aloha. 40-17. minutes visit western kentucky next week. yesterday james madison loses its opener, 42-10. talking baseball now. starting pitcher tommy malone made his major league debut. and the kid from southern california made history. malone and the nats taking on the mets. malone's first major league strikeout. bottom of the inning. malone, two on. first pitch from dilan g. deep to right. into the bull pen for his first home run. nats take a 5-0 lead. the 18th pitch tore homer in his first career at-bat and ate to do it on the pitch. malone gets the curtain call. on the bump he goes 4 1/3 giving up six hits, four runs. what a night for tommy malone. nats down one. zimmerman up with bases load
the 3-month of old search for missing indiana student. lawren lawrence speir's mother is here. first, this is "today" on nbc. america's favorite coffee is now available for america's favorite single-serve brewer. try new dunkin' k-cup packs and enjoy the freshly brewed signature taste at home. it's a beautiful thing. come in today for all five dunkin' k-cup varieties, available only at dunkin' donuts stores. america runs on dunkin' coffee. >>> coming up, the "real housewives of beverly hills" opens up in a live interview about the suicide of a cast member's estranged husband. >>> exclusive look. rare tiger cubs on display at the zoo in atlanta. smoky eyes look amazing. but creating them? that's a whole different story. almay intense i-color smoky-i kit. first, sweep the smoky-i color across your lid. then, add the crease accentuating shade... and a highlight under your brow. only from almay. only for me. welcome, to the this is our plant.ur. these are our workers... and this, is upper management. but what you won't find around here is any freezing, flavoring or concentrating. which b
of a novelist. >>> lightning appeared to hit notre dame in south bend, indiana, on saturday. fortunately, the nearly 80,000 already had evacuated. game time was a whopping five hours, 59 minutes. and the fighting irish lost to the south florida bulls, 23-20. >>> green day front man billy joe armstrong wasn't having a blast while flying last week. he was kicked off a southwest flight because of all things, his saggy pants. the flight attentant transcendent asked him to hike them up. they apologized to the singer who took the next flight from oakland to burbank. >>> the 20-year-old south african runner who thought was a man has come in second in today's world championships. she was leading but then lost by half a second back in 2009 after the berlin wall championship. she was accused of being a man because of her looks and ability. but jebd gender testing cleared her to compete as a woman. >>> finally, remember the lost penguin who became a world-wide celebrity after washing up on a new zealand beach. after recovery at a zoo, scientists tried to release the little guy dubbed happy feet, bu
in ohio. can you see heavy showers and thunderstorms back into indiana as well. this is all out ahead of the cold front continuing to push our way. out ahead, that is turning warm and humid. our storm chapses will hold off -- chances will hold off until tonight. however, we are expecting storm chances to increase. let's break down the left of our labor day weekend. the rest of the afternoon, up to 88 this afternoon, and monday could be a wash out. 70% chance of storms into the afternoon. highs back to the low 80's. we'll talk about more stormy and cool weather the rest of the week. that will be coming up in the seven-day forecast. >> president obama gets a first-hand look today from the damage of hurricane irene. the president is set to visit new jersey. meanwhile, torrential rains are threatening coast communities this morning. francis koch has more. >> visitors to the french quarter new orleans didn't seem to mind. >> we expected rain, but it hasn't been too bad. >> as tropical storm lee got closer to new orleans. officials were not too quick to dismiss the storm's potential. please
storms toppled this indiana stage. the interest of safety may now be a good call. barbara pinto, abc news, chicago. >>> turning oversaechs tonight, thousands of rebels have converged on one of moammar gadhafi's last remaining strongholds. negotiations for a surrender have collapsed, and now rebels are waiting to attack. but is gadhafi even there? abc's jeffrey kofman is in libya. jeffrey? >> reporter: good evening, jake. today, we traveled south to one of the last remaining cities loil to gadhafi. and it looks like it won't fall without a fight. they are prepearing for one more battle. and it could come within hours. the battle of bani walid. when we approached the front line, there was still hope fighting could be avoided this is as far as we're allowed to go, down here, about 50 miles, the city of bani walid, still under control of gadhafi loyalists. right now, rebel troops are ouz the city. they certainly have the power to vanquish it. they are trying to avoid it. is this brigade ready to fight? >> if we have to, yes. that's what we're here for. we all have our weapons. we want a peace
toppled this indiana stage, clearing the stands in the interest of safety may now be considered a good call. barbara pinto, abc news, chicago. >>> turning overseas tonight, thousands of rebels have converged on one of moammar gadhafi's last remaining strongholds. negotiations for a surrender have collapsed, and now rebels are waiting for the order to attack. but is gadhafi even there? abc's jeffrey kofman is in libya. jeffrey? >> reporter: good evening, jake. today, we traveled south to one of the last remaining cities loyal to gadhafi. and it looks like it won't fall without a fight. they are preparing for one more battle. and it could come within hours. the battle of bani walid. when we approached the front line late this afternoon, there was still hope fighting could be avoided. at this hour, this is as far as the rebels will let us go. their troops are massed down this road on the outskirts of bani walid. but right now, they are calling a meeting with tribal elders to try to find a way to avoid more bloodshed. is this brigade ready to fight if they have to? >> if we have to, yes. t
and indiana shores of lake michigan the weather service says the rip currents are likely to last through wednesday morning and the agency also warns small boaters to stay on shore waves today range from 12 to 18 ft. high >>president obama's spending part of his labor day holiday in the motor city. the president left his morning for detroit where he is scheduled to speak at the city's downtown renaissance center later this hour. he will deliver his annual labor day address to an expected crowd of 10,000 people and an event hosted by the metro detroit central labor council. this thursday the president will deliver a major speech on jobs and offer his plans to turn around the nation's unemployment numbers. five republican presidential candidates are headed for columbia south carolina this labor day mitt romney, michele bachman, herman cain, newt gingrich and ron paul will take part in the palmetto freedom forum it's hosted by south carolina senator jim dement whose endorsement is highly sought after by the republican presidential hopefuls texas gov. rick perry was scheduled to participat
on the issue will be held later this month. >>> indiana is announcing plans to divide up a $5 million fund set up for the victims of last month's state fair stage collapsed. priority will be given to relatives of those killed and those seriously injured. victims' lawyers say damages will probably be far greater than $5 million. >>> in just a few hours many families will be hitting the roads for the labor day weekend. right now as you can see, the roads are clear. by late this afternoon the drivers will be filling the highways heading for the beach. >> if you are going to the delmarva peninsula expect to pay about $3.46 a gallon for gas. in virginia beach $3.49. $3.52 at the jersey shore. mike conneen is live this morning with more on all the holiday travel. good morning. >> good morning. aaa minuteman excess 730,000 people from our region will trouble at least 50 miles this holiday weekend. that is down 2.2% compared with last year. experts blame the bad economy and increasing airline cost and for destinations like ocean city already hit hard by irene they are desperate for business. in the wa
month without a u.s. military death since the united states indiana raided iraq in 2003. the u.s. pulled troops out of the iraq last year, but about 50,000 u.s. troops remain there to provide support and training. wolf? >> more than 4,000 troops have died in iraq since that war started, 4500 or so. >> but a good month for august, no deaths in iraq, and they're calling that a victory. >> let's hope that -- they're supposed to be out by the end of this year, though the obama administration and iraqi government are negotiating to scheme some troops there. that's a controversial issue in and of itself. thanks very much. >>> the only republican in the congressional black caucus threatens to leave the group. we'll tell you why. stick around, you're in "the situation room." you name it. i've tried it. but nothing helped me beat my back pain. then i tried salonpas. it's powerful relief that works at the site of pain and lasts up to 12 hours. salonpas. have i got a surprise for you! yeah, it's new [ barks beneful healthy fiesta. gotta love the protein for muscles-- whoo-hoo! and omega-rich nutri
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not for obama. states that he won, north carolina, indiana, not probably going to win those. it's going to be a very fascinating campaign. whoever has the best message or vision is probably going to win because let's face it. not a lot of legislation has been moving. maybe this super committee on the debt moves something, but as of right now we're in the election season and this is where it gets very interesting. >> one name can you give me for the republicans who you think might take the primary? >> i think the favorite right now is rick perry. he can stumble in this debate tomorrow. that's going to be a key test for perry. right now he is on a trajectory and that's got to concern mitt romney, but mitt rom my thinks he can outlast him -- romney thinks he can outlast him, win on points. i think it's going to be a tough contest between perry and mitt romney and we're still waiting to see if sarah palin gets in the race. >> thanks for coming in tonight. >>> a nearly career ending injury, a year of rehab. tonight stephen strasburg took mound at nats ballpark. find out if he still has that
of michigan and notre dame. lightning appeared to hit the football stadium in south bend, indiana, on saturday. the nearly 80,000 fans evacuated already. game time was a whopping 5 hours, 59 minutes and the fighting irish lost to the south florida bowls. >>> green day frontman wasn't having a blast while flying last week. he was kicked off a southwest flight because of all things, his saggy pants. the flight attendant had asked him to hike them up to which he responded, don't you have better things to do. they apologized to the singer who took the next flight from oakland to burbank. >>> that 22-year-old south african runner that some people thought was a man came in second. he was leading but then lost by half a second back in 2009 after the berlin world championships. she was accused of being a man because of her looks and ability, but gender testing cleared her to compete as a woman. >>> finally, remember the lost penguin that became a worldwide celebrity after he washed up on a new zealand beach? scientists tried releasing the little guy named, happy feet. eventually he slid down the slide
in indiana and three in pennsylvania. they had visited the same agricultural fair. two of the children had direct or indirect contact with pigs. the new flu strain is a hybrid of viruses that previously infected pigs and the hdpe strain that caused the swipe flow pandemic in 2009. it doesn't appear to be easily spread from person-to-person but this year's vaccine doesn't protect against the new strain of flu. the centers of disease control are not warning people to stay away from fairs and petting zoos but the pennsylvania department of health is doing surveillance and testing. the same message is the same: wash your hands, cover your cough and sneeze and stay home if you have flu-like symptoms. >>> deadly wild fires ripping through texas, families forced toes are vaciate from the thousands of acres evacuated in the meantime and today's weather is a mess on the road. sue's got another look at the forecast next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] coca-cola glasses are at mcdonald's. one free with every large extra value meal... like the one-of-a-kind big mac. the simple joy of seeing thin
at this. a massive bolt of lightning striking notre dame stadium in indiana. a severe storm swept through, releasing punishing rains. the weather became so violent, they evacuated the stadium at halftime and again in the fourth quarter. >>> the former head of the imf, international monetary fund back home in france. dominique strauss-khan arrived in paris this morning. new york prosecutors dropped their case after a maid accused him of attempted rape. let's go to annabelle roberts, live in london. a good sunday morning to you. any word to whether dsk will make a statement, talk to the media now that he's back home in france? >> so far, nothing certain about that, alex, and he made no comment at the airport and chose not to speak to the media when he arrived back at his flat in paris. a scrum of journalists waiting for him, indicating how big a figure is dsk is in france. he and his wife looked relaxed and cheerful once they made it through the reporters. i do expect him to give a television interview, putting for the his version of what happened to him since may. don't really expect a sta
information about a form of flu virus that has emerged in my native pennsylvania and indiana, and what do you know about that? >> well, something to watch in the next few days and week. with e no e fr we know about the swine flu, and a new movie coming up about bird flu is going to get people thinking of a pandemic again. and this is a very new virus and it is probably not responsive to the vaccine that is out there, and so, it could spread. we haven't seen evidence of widespread yet, and we don't know how efficient it is, but these, these children who didn't have any relationship to a farm, and yet this seems to have come from pigs, so we are not sure what is going on here. >> never that it is a good time, but it is a bad time, because the kids are in school or certainly by next week going back to school. >> but there is not a lot of evidence yet. there is only two cases, and everybody will be watching closely. and the state labs are very much better at the surveillance, because of the, you know, incidence with the swine flu in 2009, so that is why they are picked up earlier and before they
beck against rex grossman of indiana. two men battling here in ority believes in the man who used to rock a mullet. mike shanahan owns the final vote and he's campaigning for neither qb. for now, we have a football filibuster. last night in the final preseason game against tampa bay, beck tried to lock down the job, grossman didn't even play. first play of the game, beck going deeper, anthonya armstron, well, just out of his reach. and later in the game, beck under pressure here, makes a good decision, good quick pass to the rookie. then at the end of the first half, beck under some heavy pressure here throws it up again but it's intercepted by d.j. johnson. beck only completed 10 of his 21 passes for 108 yards. beck finishes the preseason with two picks and one touchdown. grossman, two t.d.s, one pick. shanahan, though, not ready to name his guy. >> well, like i said, i'll get a chance to evaluate that over the next day and kind of give you a better assessment. it's hard to tell you right now because you can't see everything from the quarterback's perspective. so i get a chance t
players. we've talked about this being tropical moisture. well, remnants of lee out over indiana moved west today. that has been contributing moisture. we've had a stationary front over the region which provided the track and katia has provided a little bit of that tropical moisture. katia is now moving northeast of bermuda very fast and that means the drying trend will begin. it will get a little better tomorrow but really into the weekend is where we think we'll see nice improvement. tonight the flash flood watch continues. areas of tropical rain, worried about the northern neck, charles county, prince george's county county, this is moving in your direction. if you get a thunderstorm, you get much heavier rain. showers tomorrow, maybe a thunderstorm, too but not as widespread and not as heavy and a quick look at our planner, scattered showers 8 a.m. noon scattered showers and 5:00 maybe a thunderstorm, 79 degrees. it's better for the weekend, a lot drier. maybe a couple isolated showers maybe a couple more sunday afternoon. i heard coach saying
,000 jobs. the former workers at fcm in marion, indiana say something else. >> if he's created jobs, i wish he could create some here instead of taking them away. >> today nearly 200 others lost their jobs shortly after baine bought their company, instituted pay cuts and layoffs. then after workers went on strike, baine closed the plant entirely. a few years later, the american cop american pad and paper went under costing more jobs. baine and romney took a hit to reputation but not their wallets. he and baine investors pocketed about $100 million in the deal. here to talk about obama's upcoming speech paul bengal la and kevin madden. paul, if romney weren't touting his private sector experiences one of his major selling points, how important would his record in the real world of business be? >> well, i think any candidate's background in business, their professional life, is important. and you're right. mitt romney's made it the centerpiece. he says he's an expert on jobs i suppose he is in the same way an undertaker is an expert on healthcare. not the way you want. staples sounds like a b
in indianapolis, indiana. that is because the humidity is so high there. so for friday, a touch of humidity. saturday and sunday, a lot of it. a little weak disturbance coming through the area receipt now, so that's producing showers we have had, running all the way down to the south. it will be over the early part of the day tomorrow. a few showers midday, and then sunshine for the afternoon on your friday. we're watching not only katia, but we're also watching this area of disturbed weather in the gulf of mexico. it may become a tropical depression and it may also become tropical storm lee, which is interesting, because by the time we get to sunday, second half of our labor day weekend and monday, that storm system, its moisture to get entrained ahead of a cold front, and you might notice not only humidity, but more of a tropical feel to the air for the second half of the weekend. and the latest on tropical storm katia. its winds, well, down under 75 miles per hour. so it's now a tropical storm. watch its movement toward the leeward islands. sunday, by noontime, then a category 3 as it is
still have a low spinning owl to indiana and ohio. we still have katia in the outer atlantic there. we're stuck in the middling and the pattern has changed too much. so this morning, light sprinkles and calvert, southern prince george's county into charles county. coming across the western district and up to leesburg. monika samtani, over to you. >>> well, a live look straight up on the outer loop of the beltway at route 355 here and that's because there's another accident. it's been this way all week long on the outer loop. the live picture there where the accident -- there may be two accidents there on the outer loop. the backup already beginning at connecticut avenue. right now we're hearing from authorities that only it will left lane is getting -- the left lane is getting by and look at this, it's 5:00 in the morning and you've got if backup at -- the backup at connecticut avenue. i think a lot of people decided to do the same thing. get the early start and now we have this accident. i'll keep you posted on that. now over to the maps, we're going to start off with gaithersburg and
indiana university student. lawrence speir's mother is here. she wrote a letter to the person responsible for her daughter's disappearance. first, this is "today" on nbc. i've got nothing against these do-it-yourself steam-cleaning enthusiasts. it's good for the customer to get to know their own caet. and spending the day moving furniture and lugging around a hot water extraction unit can be a rush! i know. that's why i'm carpet for life. but look, if things get out of hand, and the place starts smelling like wet gym sock, there's no shame in calling a professional. i respect you for trying. ♪call 1-800-steemer. >>> coming up, >>> coming up, the "real housewives of beverly hills" opens up in a live interview about the suicide of a cast member's estranged husband. >>> exclusive look. rare tiger cubs on display at the zoo in atlanta. first these messages and a checa of local news and weather. eyes lo. but creating them? eyes lo. that's a whole different story. almay intense i-color smoky-i kit. first, sweep the smoky-i color across your lid. then, add the crease accentuating shade... and
marching on a chicago area mosque. nearby in gary, indiana, a mass gunman shot 21 times at a yemeni american clerk. days later a seik man mistaken for an arab american was shot and killed. days later this mosque was shot at. another death threats. following 9/11 reports of hate crimes against arab americans or those perceived to be went up 1,700%. while distrust remains a reality today we found the opposite in one tennessee community. ♪ it's a sunday morning in cordoba, tennessee, and pastor steve stone is rocking along with his congregation. heartsong church just outside memphis sits on a country road directly across the street in a muslim worship center. ♪ when dr. bashar the co-founder of the mem fizz islamic center began construction two years ago, at best he hoped to be ignored, instead pastor stone welcomed the muslims with a surprise. what was your response see a sign like that? >> we saw the sign, we knew that we have good neighbors. >> reporter: good neighbors quickly put to the test. last year, when mic's current building was under construction the muslims needed a pla
stories developing. the mother of missing indiana university student lauren spierer writing an open letter to whoever is responsible for her disappearance. she describes the pain that her family suffered over the last three months. she promises the family will not rest until they find lauren. >> gregg: dominique strauss-khan back in france for the first time since a new york city hotel maid accused him of attempted rape. prosecutors dropping the charges. he's facing another attempted rape investigation this time from a french novelist. >> heather: court action resumes in the case of the american student that is on trial there in italy. we may have more of that coming up. we'll be right back. we believe honor is not exclusive to the military. and commitment is not limited to one's military oath. the same set of values that drive our nation's military are the ones we used to build usaa bank. from free checking to credit cards to loans, our commitment to e military, veteransand their families is without equal. ♪ visit us online to learn what makes our bank so different. usaa. we know what i
, that total does not include the cost to individuals or insurance companies. indiana lists say -- independent analysts, say. >>> we're also talking about high-paying careers that are in demand right now. the top ten jobs in america with promising futures. >>> and a pleasanton family watches as a very destructive guest turns his frustration on the family's car. >>> 7:51. a contra costa father is paying tribute to hundreds of u.s. soldiers, sailors and airmen who have lost their lives in the wars in iraq an afghanistan. kevin graves is a gold-star father. his son, joey, died in iraq while serving in the army. graves has built a foundation in his name and is working with families to create banners to memorialize the fallen troops. >> they've been noticed by lot of people. there's gonna be those that get it and those that don't. that's just the way it is. >> we were very saddened about the ages of these young men. i just -- >> there are 26 banners hanging in the town of discovery bay. each honers a servicemember from northern california. the foundation hopes to provide a banner for all of the tro
to selectquote dot com. selectquote. we shop. you save. megyn: an indiana congressman is today standing by his controversial remarks suggesting that some of the tea party members in congress would like to see african-americans, quote, hanging from trees. representative andre carson holds a leadership role in the congressional black caucus. this audio of him speaking at an event in florida last week surfaced on the website the blaze.com. >> the tea party is that change. this is the effort that we're seeing of jim crow, so many folks in the tea party that would love to see us as second class citizens. megyn: joining me now kevin jackson of the blacks sphere.net. and author of the big black lie. and jamu green, a fox news contributor now we have tea party groups calling on representative carson to immediately resign and we have congressman allen west who is part of the congressional black caucus calling on its chairman to condemn these comments and disassociate the black caucus from these types of remarks. does he have a point. >> he does have a point. it was back in march of 2010 when rep
watch "survivor." >> you bet. >> former star is thinking of running as governor of indiana on the libberitarian ticket. got us to thinking what other reality tv stars should run or maybe would you like to see run, pete, for office? >> well i think the show "american idol" brings americans together so people who maybe won that but i think "survivor" is great training ground for political office what better show? they eat bugs and stab each other in the back, the competition to be in political office, that's a great training ground, either that or i suppose they could go work on wall street. >> no name, just anybody on "survivor" you think thinks. will, what about you? you got a name of somebody you think should run? >> t.j. i got names. this is in my wheelhouse. i'm not too elite to say i love reality shows. russell got in the finals every time and i'm not afraid to say i watch this, teresa from "real housewives of new jersey" now we're talking politics. >> i'm a little concerned, will, do not admit that ever again publicly. robert? >> i tell you the machine is , s the man i
are ready to protect him. >>> we're going to turn to the search of the missing indiana university student lauren spierer. one year after her mother dropped her off at college for the first time, charlene spierer has penned a heartbreaking letter to those responsible for lauren's did appearance. abc's barbara pinto is on the story this morning. >> reporter: from the start, charlene spierer lashed out, pleading to know what happened to her daughter. >> to the person that has lauren or that has harmed lauren, shame on you. shame on you. >> reporter: now after three agonizing months with no answers, lauren spierer's mother is unleashing her emotions again. in a chilling open letter. you're responsible for lauren's disappearance, she writes. you know w wre she is. you are guilty of a heinous crime. charlene spierer writes packing about her daughter's belongings in 19 boxes. i will just tell you it was excruciating. she disappeared after a night partying with friends. suspicion has swirled around three young men. surveillance tape shows s e of them, walking toward his apartment with lauren in t
in the country. >>> we're going to turn to the search of the missing indiana college student lauren spierer. charlene spierer has penned a heartbreaking letter. >> reporter: from the start, charlene spierer lashed out, pleading to know what happened to her daughter. >> to the person who has lauren or harmed lauren, shame on you. shame on you. >> reporter: now after three agonizing months with no answers, lauren spieier's mother is unleashing her emotions again. in a chilling open letter. you're responsible for lauren's did appearance, she writes. charlene spierer writes packing about her daughter's belongings in 19 boxes. ly just tell you it was excruciating. she disappeared after a night partying with friends. suspicion has swirled around three young men. surveillance tape shows one walking towards the apartment with lauren in the early morning. >> the advantage of time is that people make mistakes. people talk to other people. and they also, people who never stepped forward and provided information. >> reporter: that's what the spierers are hoping. just as determined today as we were day
the group in light of comments made by representatives andre carson, democrat of indiana, the caucus whip, who said at a town hall that mean tea party-affiliated members of congress are see -- see african-american as second-class citizens and would be happy to see blacks hanging from a tree. when you start using words such as lynching that's a reprehensible word, west said on "fox & friends." and giffords recovers. the idea of challenging arizona representative gabery elgiffords for her congressional seat was once unthinkable but a few potential candidates are starting to test the political climate. too soon? yes, says arizona political analyst michael o'neil. host: that's in "the washington times" this morning. and as is this article. "9/11 donations overseer of aid." host: last call on government stimulus spending, denver, democrat, hi. caller: good morning, peter. am i on? host: you are. caller: first of all, i want to say i am very much in favor of the stimulus. i am in my 80's and i lived through the great depression which this recession can't compare in the least to the devastation
grossbeck texas, and begonia springs indiana and iowa, and how they rebuilt home in their own lives by paying it forward and by going to other communities hit by disaster and you know what? we survived just like you survived and what is so powerful about this beautiful movie, it is such an inspiring movie, it shows how all of the people that we helped on previous anniversaries on 9/11, how every year, they keep showing up at the next community, and as their way to pay it forward. so it is really about, you know, i joke around, it is like a big dysfunctional family reunion of all of these disaster survivors who get together the weekend before 9/11, double the population of some small town nobody has heard of and do barn raising. >> to help raise their spirits. the love and hope that you say was felt there in new york, you're just trying to spread that around. can i ask you about your thoughts on this 10th anniversary as we move into this are remembrance of 9/11? >> i appreciate the question. for years, people have asked me, how do i personally deal with 9/11. i tell them i don't. i c
refused comments. the mother of missing indiana university student lauren spierer has written a letter to whoever kidnapped her daughter. in it, she pleads for information writing "do you think this is a game? this is no game. we are in this for the long haul. we will never give up." imagine having to deal with that. 20-year-old lauren disappeared three months ago while walking home from a night out in bloomington and family wants answers. incredible video out of upstate new york as a massive tornado plows through the town of amsterdam. take a look at this. >> oh, my. i can't believe what i'm just -- what i'm seeing. >> that voice you heard was from amateur storm chaser lindsay phillips. she just happened to be driving home when she spotted the twister touching down. initial reports show several homes were damaged. thankfully, nobody was hurt and talk about a job hazard. a photojournalist covering a high speed chase in california becomes part of the story when the suspect speeds off in his car. the journalist's car and that's not the worst of it. >> oh, my god! >> oh, my god. my wi
community. from louisiana, california, indiana and illinois. every year you see more t-shirts from more locations. >> after katrina, we jumped on his band wagon. this whole thing is just contagious. >> it's like this big dysfunctional family reunion of the disaster survivors that get together and do a barn raising. >> banging nails and building something but it's the relationships that help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate in that volunteer spirit. >> we will see you all next year! >> people say thank you for doing this and you say you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >>> there is lower emanhattan. the two ponds, the two pools will be these memorial sites and the footprint of the trade center. the south print there in new york city. a lot of people down there this morning. ray kelly down there. a lot of getting ready for the 9/11 anniversary. >> join us tomorrow as cnn will cover it all. >>> the question we asked you this morning how has 9/11 changed you? chris says september 11th made me more of a citizen
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